Zim hostile to US despite US$5bn aid.

Elaine French, Chargé d’Affaires, a.i. at the US embassy in Harare, told the Independent Washington was committed to supporting Zimbabwe.
By Mthandazo Nyoni May. 3, 2024

Zim corruption becomes the gold standard

We were told that he was “expected to use his vast experience in evangelism and business to promote investment for the country”.
By Trevor Ncube Apr. 20, 2023

Interview: Actuaries boss lays out Zim legal game plan

An actuarial function looks at statistical estimations and quantification of technical liabilities on the balance sheet of an institution.
By Melody Chikono Mar. 31, 2023

Dearth of statecraft blights new dispensation

Despite attending the famed investment conferences in Davos, Switzerland, your efforts have failed miserably to make the day for investors.
By Cyprian M Ndawana Mar. 1, 2023

Passage of PVOs Amendment Bill: Death of democracy

As the general elections scheduled for either July or August draw closer, we are seeing concerted efforts by the administration to consolidate power.
By Thokozani Mbwana Feb. 10, 2023

Gushungo Holdings accounts clerk nabbed for US$100K goods theft

The clerk, Gerald Mupatsi (35) was granted $200 000 bail. He was an accounts clerk at Highfield Farm in Norton.
By Desmond Chingarande Dec. 21, 2022

What Unity Day means for creatives

As the nation today commemorates the day, NewsDay Life & Style spoke to some creatives to find out their understanding of the day.
By Winstone Antonio Dec. 21, 2022

Southern African power crisis stems from post-liberation history

Power demand is now growing faster than at any other time in our history.
By Eddie Cross Dec. 8, 2022

Seize the chance to unite nation, now!

Your Excellency, upon commencement of your Presidency, you hastened to be ardently prodigal with the trust citizenry had deposited in you.
By Cyprian M Ndawana Nov. 30, 2022